Map the atmosphere in real time and better predict uncertainty. Esri provides a scientific framework for observation data, modeling, and theoretical deduction. Study atmospheric phenomena and processes. Bring in more data, you can handle it. With the Esri platform, you can manage big data, real-time sensor data, and imagery. From mathematical analysis to field study, Esri expands the breadth and depth of your research.
Dr. Kathryn Sullivan, Under Secretary of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
Bring the earth’s data to life. Combine massive amounts of data from multiple services and see them in a geographic context.
Connect weather to geography. GIS models integrate atmospheric time-series data with oceans, land, and biota.
Share your research's impacts, scope, and innovation with stakeholders and other scientists online and get immediate feedback.
ArcGIS for Desktop adds authority to your research by ensuring the integrity of your data. Widen your research scope and perform powerful scientific modeling. You can generate intelligent 2D and 3D visualizations. Analyze cross-disciplinary data and analyze it in multiple ways using tools that automate processes.
Understand your world with ArcGIS for Desktop.
Integrating imagery with ArcGIS for Server creates a rich set of derived weather information. ArcGIS Image Extension for Server makes it easier for you to use multitemporal, multispectral, and multisensory imagery. Use earth observation imagery for change detection analysis as well as scientific or evidence-based decision making.
Check out ArcGIS Image Extension for Server.
Using ArcGIS Online, researchers and students have the GIS tools they need to create interactive web maps and apps. Their work can be used for individual projects and easily shared with others for collaborative projects. Tell a geospatial story with Story Maps and describe the impact of sea level rise on the sandhill crane habitat.
Learn more about ArcGIS Online.